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Tom Cheesewright

Applied Futurist, Book of the Future

Tom Cheesewright is the founder of applied futurism practice, Book of the Future and creator of the Futurist's Toolkit, a suite of tools for agile organisations.

Through consulting, speaking and media work Tom helps people to see, share and respond to a coherent vision of tomorrow. Clients range from charities and public sector organisations to FTSE100 enterprises and global technology corporations, They include BASF, LG, Nikon, Sony Pictures, the NHS, Manchester University, the Institute of Chartered Accountants, and the Institute of Leadership and Management.

Tom followed a degree in Mechatronic Engineering with 14 years in the tech industry, working with global brands such as BT, EE and IBM, and subsequently founded a series of technology-driven companies. Most recently Tom co-founded venture-backed big data analytics start-up CANDDi (http://canddi.com), of which he remains a shareholder. He acts as an advisor to a number of technology-driven start-ups including fast-growing Internet of Things platform, Republic of Things.

Tom is a frequent presence on TV and radio, appearing across the BBC from the Breakfast sofa to Newsround and World Business Report, and as a regular contributor to 5live and Radio 4. He has shared his thoughts on the future with Channel 4 s Sunday Brunch, Channel 5's Saturday Show, Sky ′ News, the Guardian, Evening Standard, Entrepreneur Magazine, Stuff and MSN.

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Author's Latest Articles

August 31, 2016

This connected life: from phones to clones

Technology is pervading all aspects of our life, making our daily chores and interactions more convenient. Looking to the future, what technologies will enable the innovation that will lead to truly “connected lives”.

Applied futurist Tom Cheesewright explores the evolution of technology and the internet and their impact on our daily lives. He also looks at the role that tokenisation technology will play in enabling this connected future, and how it can power innovation, as well as security.

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